Tottenham Hotspur are entering a rather unique transfer window in which money will be hard to come by and loans, free transfers, and part-exchanges will reign king.
Therefore, it is more important than ever that the Lilywhites utilise their outgoing players, whether that be first-team sales or youth loans.
Teams around the country will be looking to not only raise some cash to help with these COVID-19 times, but also to bring players in on the cheap.
The Championship is definitely a league in which bargains can be found this summer.
Daniel Levy should be looking at the likes of Oliver Skipp, Juan Foyth, Ryan Sessegnon, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Jack Clarke, Luke Amos, George Marsh, Jack Roles, and more as bargaining chips in the transfer window.
Plenty of these are likely to be in demand, so the Spurs chairman could, in theory, use them to secure some signings of his own. You need only look at the potential Hojbjerg and Walker-Peters deals to see an example of this (Standard).
In my opinion, Brentford and QPR are definitely clubs that Spurs should be targeting, loaning out some of our best youngsters in order to jump to the front of the queue for the likes of Eberechi Eze and Said Benrahma.
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